Gareth Ainsworth believes the past week has brought some perspective to the Blues as they look to kick-start their season.for the equivalent of less than 10p per day!Sign up today Can’t make it to Morecambe? Listen to live and exclusive commentary on Chairboys Player from 2.55pm.
“The first thing is to win the fight, win for Wycombe Wanderers and play for that badge on your shirt. Then the play will come.”
“We now need to kick on and get things back on track. We made some strides forward but then maybe thought we were better than we were and tried a few different things. Let’s get back to what we know.
“We aren’t going to win every game but we need to start winning more than we are.
He said: “We’ve dropped down the table and I know this can’t go on. We have to stop this.
Wanderers are 19th in SkyBet League 2, albeit with two games in hand on some teams, and Ainsworth appreciates the Blues need to be in a better position.
“Training has been sharp and positive. I want the players to wear that badge with pride because every moment in a Wycombe Wanderers shirt is precious. Mine were and I want them to realise that there’s are too.”
He added: “I’m so pleased with the response I’ve had following a bad situation. Something good has come out of it.
“We played well in the first half and then collapsed in the second, but we’re all in this together and if you can get behind us, I’m sure we can turn things around.
“I understood the fans’ frustrations at the final whistle on Saturday,” he told Chairboys Player.
Ainsworth admitted that last weekend’s 3-0 defeat to AFC Wimbledon was the lowest point of his managerial career, but an open and honest meeting the following day, coupled with a positive vibe in training, has lifted his and the team’s spirit ahead of Saturday’s trip to Morecambe.